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How to Make a Motherboard Cake

Los Angeles baker and author Rosanna Pansino of <i>Nerdy Nummies</i> demonstrated how to make a Motherboard Cake, one of the many creations found in her …

Geek

Photography Guide: How to Master your DSLR Camera

You spend a lot of money buying a DSLR camera. <i>Wouldn’t it be great to learn how to use it so that you can leave auto-mode behind for good?</i><p>Yes, I …

Mother Nature to put on extraordinary display on Nov. 14: Supermoon coupled with King Tides

We're about to experience an extraordinary display from Mother Nature as the King Tides and supermoon team up for epic tide pooling and potential flooding next week.<p>On Monday, Nov. 14, the moon will be the closest to earth it has been since January 1948 and our only permanent natural satellite will …

Astronomy

Lego Wants Us All To Live In A Tiny, Brick, Yellow Submarine With A Beatles-Themed Set

<b>WHAT:</b> The Beatles “Yellow Submarine” Lego set, out November 1.<p><b>WHO:</b> John, Paul, George, and Ringo–plus their weird blue-faced gopher pal Jeremy Hillary Boob–all get the Lego treatment in the collection.<p><b>WHY WE CARE:</b> The set comes with a Lego-animated version of <i>Yellow Submarine</i>, the Beatles’ weirdest …

5 Things You Should Never Do With a Turbocharged Car

If you own a turbocharged car, learn why you shouldn't do these five things.<p>The days where you needed to be an expert to drive a turbocharged performance car (like the first-gen 911 Turbo shown above) are long gone, but there's still some skill involved. If you want to preserve the life of your …

Six vehicles powered by coffee, saltwater, sewage and other crazy fuels

<i>By Cat DiStasio</i><p>When it comes to advances in automotive technology, the search for alternative fuels is pretty exciting. Of course, you've heard about biodiesel engines converted to run on used vegetable oil that sputter out little more than water and the faint smell of French fries. However, …

Scientists find cure for type 2 diabetes in rodents, don’t know how it works | Ars Technica

Despite unexplained mechanism, the new treatment will be easy to try in humans.<p>The cure for type 2 diabetes may be all in your head, a new study in …

11 daily habits of self-made billionaires anyone can adopt

If you want to get rich, start by studying the people who have already done so.<p>"The only person who can teach you how to think like a millionaire is a millionaire," writes Steve Siebold in his book, "How Rich People Think."<p>The same could be said about billionaires.<p>Below, we've rounded up 11 habits …

Jack Dorsey

The Best Music for Staying Productive at Work, Backed by Science

Research explains how music affects your productivity.<p><i>By Gregory Ciotti, marketing at Help Scout</i><p>Music is regarded as one of the triumphs of human creativity. But does music itself help one to create?<p>It's a question worth asking, since music has increasingly become a part of the modern-day …

Flute
The Brain

22 Science Jokes Only Smart People Will Understand

Old statisticians never die. They just get broken down by age and sex.

Jokes

The 17 Secrets We Think We Know About Tesla's Model 3

Tesla is getting ready for its biggest-ever unveiling: the Model 3, the $35,000 sedan designed to take electric cars mainstream. As the fateful date …

Tesla
Star Wars

18 DIY Fixes That Are So Stupid They're Actually Genius

They saw a problem and fixed it.

For Third Time in a Week, SpaceX Scrubs Mission SES-9

With only seconds to go to liftoff, SpaceX aborted yet another launch attempt Sunday — the third time it's called things off since Wednesday.<p>Elon Musk's private space company tweeted that the launch vehicle and the spacecraft were healthy. Monday had been set for a backup launch date at Cape …

Space Exploration

These Are the Cars That Most Frequently Make it Past 200,000 Miles in America

iSeeCars.com surveyed the 200 million vehicles registered in America to find out which are most likely to surpass the 200,000-mile mark.<p>Having a car hit 100,000 miles is hardly an achievement today. Have a car hit 200,000 miles, on the other hand, and you've got something built to last—and a car …

Electric Vehicles

Tesla Canceled a VC's Model X Order Because He Was 'Super Rude'

If you’re awaiting to receive a Tesla car, you may want to hold back any public complaints, or at least until you receive it.<p>Stewart Alsop, a Silicon …

Tesla

Don Henley on Glenn Frey: 'He Changed My Life Forever'

"Glenn was the one who started it all," Henley says of Eagles singer-guitarist. "He was the spark plug; the man with the plan"<p>Glenn Frey's Eagles …

Some Tesla owners pimp their rides with code

Every since the first cars rolled out of factories, owners have been modifying them to suit their own personal needs and tastes. With the extensive …

Tesla

Consumer Reports had one big problem with its new Tesla: They couldn't drive it

Big problem: The car locked them out of the driver's seat.<p>CR had issues with the P85D's door handles, which are designed to present themselves to drivers and passengers by using a proximity sensor. Otherwise, they sit flush to the car's body. It's a cool feature, but according to CR, the handles …

Tesla

Faster cars, mid-race refueling returning to Formula One

Critics have lamented a drop in performance, competition and spectacle in the modern age of Formula One. So to get the championship back up to the pinnacle of motor racing where it belongs, the parties involved have agreed on a number of measures earmarked revitalize the sport.<p>The first measure …

Motorsport

McLaren and medicine: An unlikely pairing

The McLaren Technology Group is known for its exploits in Formula 1, having designed the systems that have sent a fistful of championships to Woking, England. But the organisation is now applying its problem-solving know-how to keeping hospital patients as healthy as McLaren keeps its racing …

Motorsport

From Finland, the 1,341-horsepower electric supercar

Finland is famous for its reindeer and global leadership in education, and at least one of those seems to be paying off in the automotive realm.<p>Given that electric motors produce 100% of their torque at zero rpm, we expect the Toroidion to be fast — perhaps ludicrously so — off of the line.<p>At …

Supercars

20 cars that changed the world

From the Beetle to the Veyron, these cars shaped the automotive landscape. Top Gear takes a loving - and provocative - look.

Top Gear

Doctor Who series 9: Hell Bent finale trailer

<b>FINALE NEWS</b>Now that <i>Face The Raven</i> has been and gone, <i></i>we only have two <i>Doctor Who</i> episodes left until Christmas. Both of these episodes will have …

Autonomous Robots To Help Remove Car Bomb Threats

Or possibly park your car in a really tight space<p>Hopefully, you don't have to fret about risks like car bombs in your everyday life, but it's good to know that <i>somebody</i> is worrying about it—and coming up with technology to help deal with those sorts of threats when they do arise. The European …

3D-printed airway splint saves three babies from imminent death

A medical first<p>3D printing isn’t new to medicine. It has been used to create everything from hearing aids to dental implants. But so far, applying this technology to children who are still growing has been a challenge. That might soon change, however, as researchers were able to cure three babies …

3D Printing

The world's thinnest transistor is just three atoms thick

There’s a new contender for the world’s thinnest piece of electronics — and at three atoms thick, it’s going to be hard to beat.<p>Researchers have discovered a new process for producing ultra-thin transistors, according to a paper published today in <i>Nature</i>. The devices are made from an experimental …

Nanotech

26 of LIFE's Best Animal Covers

February 8, 1937 LIFE Magazine cover (photo by Charles J. Belden).<br>LIFE Magazine<p>1 of 26<p>As magazine titles go, LIFE is perhaps the most …

Animals